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Unformatted text preview: innitely many elements? Ideas (I1) (3 points) Find an example of Russells paradox in the world (eg. in a puzzle book, in literature, in a comic, . . . ) and explain how it is an example (what plays the role of sets, what is ?) (I2) (5 points) The barber paradox and other interpretations of Russells paradox are somewhat contrived. Give your own version of the paradox and try to make it as compelling as possible. (If you are inspired by someone or something please be sure to give appropriate credit). Briey describe (maximum 2 paragraphs) what makes such an interpretation more compelling or less compelling. 1...
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